Sweden is leading the way to a better world yet again.
Where would we be without them?
Excluding a large chunk of foreign-born students from the scholastic PISA (Programme for International Student Assessment) test in violation of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s regulation allowed Sweden to perform better than the average, a report has found.
While Sweden upped its performance in the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) from “well below average” to “above average”, its success may be based on false numbers that give an inaccurate picture of reality, a review by the newspaper Expressen has concluded.
A large number of foreign-born pupils were wrongly removed from the PISA sample, in violation of the OECD’s official regulations, Expressen reported, having surveyed data from the National Agency for Education, the Swedish Migration Agency, and Statistics Sweden. Even Swedish-born pupils with weak language skills were also removed. According to Expressen, Sweden removed a larger proportion of students due to lack of language skills than there were 15-year-old new arrivals at the time of the exam.
Had the foreign-born pupils not been wrongly sorted out and the rules had been followed correctly, Sweden’s PISA result would have looked considerably worse, the review concluded.
Is this a case of the soft bigotry of low expectations?
Or did reality just hit them in the face all of a sudden?
And why would students born in Sweden not know Swedish?
Shouldn’t the people running Sweden think people born in Sweden not speaking Swedish is a problem?
The latest PISA survey from December 2019 was hailed as a huge success for Swedish schools, as Swedish students performed better than the OECD average in mathematics, science, and reading comprehension. Education Minister Anna Ekström called it a “message of strength” that the improvement was attained despite a large number of new arrivals.
Previously, the National Agency for Education voiced suspicions that Sweden had excluded too many foreign-born pupils from participating in PISA. In December 2019, a few days after the PISA result was presented, the authority pointed out that there were too few foreign-born students in the sample.
Yes of course Sweden’s education minister is an ugly childless woman, and yes of course she’s saying diversity is our strength while trying to hide all the proof that it isn’t.
Don’t worry if you can’t understand what she’s saying, she’s never said anything worth listening to in her life
This is just part and parcel of living in the most insane society on the planet.
In the recent result of the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA), which tests 15-year-olds’ scholastic success in reading, mathematics, and science in 79 countries around the globe, Sweden upped its performance from “well below average” to “above average”.
Between PISA 2009 and 2018, the proportion of students with a foreign background increased from 12 to 20 percent, and the OECD itself estimated that Sweden’s improvement would have been even greater if the schools’ demographics had not changed, the newspaper Dagens Samhälle reported.
I always knew most of these international rankings were a fraud, and the main reason I knew it was because Sweden kept coming out in the podium in most of them.
There is no way a country that’s flooding itself with this amount of violent 80ish IQ brown people is somehow among the best and happiest in the world.
If you read anything good about Sweden, in 99 cases out of 100 it’s just flat-out propaganda, and not even smart propaganda that someone put effort into making up.